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Bonita Barth | Herbalist & Aromatherapist at The Aromatherapist
Spring is the perfect time to detox! There are so many natural and effective products that are designed for internal cleansing, and using essential oils in combination with detoxifying water treatments will help your skin to properly clear the toxins out. These quick & easy DIY recipes are designed to provide deep detoxification, shed dead skin cells, calm irritations and add rich moisture. If you followed along with last month’s post on DIY facial skin care recipes, then you’ve already started building your Raw Skin Care Pantry. Here are the ingredients you’ll need for your Raw Skin Care Detox.

Bonita Barth | Herbalist & Aromatherapist at The Aromatherapist
Your skin’s needs change day-to-day and season-to-season – so can your skin care routine. An easy and cost effective way of addressing your ever-changing skin care needs is to build up your own ‘Raw Skin Care Pantry’ and follow these quick and easy DIY skin care recipes to create fresh, custom products as you need them. We'll cover cleansers, exfoliators, toners, and moisturizers - so read on!

Bonita Barth | Herbalist & Aromatherapist at The Aromatherapist
State of mind is the one thing that can colour every other aspect of our lives – it directly impacts our health and well-being, as well as that of those around us. How can an essential oil influence our state of mind? The answer is pretty simple: inhaling essential oils has a direct effect on the human brain. The chemical balance in our brains is changing constantly. Every impression that passes through our mind causes an alteration that mediates emotion. Essential oils provide a very simple and effective way to change the way we feel. The inhalation of certain essential oils signals the brain to exert endorphins that will bring us back into balance. In other words: adding simple, beautiful, natural scent into our daily routines can make us happy.

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Your already extremely busy day probably doesn’t include reading up on potential concerning ingredients in your shampoo or body wash (or toothpaste or floor cleaner or furniture polish…)—ours certainly didn’t. We have enough on our plate with kids, work, pickups, pets, telephone calls, bills, school forms, lunches, dinners, vacations, PD Days, childcare and all of the other minute decisions we make in between. BUT. Sometimes, late at night or while we’re commuting to or from one of the various places we have to be in a day, or even when we’re yelling at a child to PLEASE, BRUSH YOUR TEETH...the thoughts creep in. Are there really toxic chemical filters in my sunscreen?” or, “What makes my toothpaste minty green?” or even, “What will my baby ingest if he licks my just-cleaned floor?” 

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What is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils and their healing properties as part of your self care rituals. Maybe that means using sweet orange to boost your mood, peppermint to refresh, or lavender to calm. When we’re talking about aromatherapy, we’re usually talking about diffusing the oils into your space, or in body products like body scrubs and massage oils.